Professor Laura Salsbury-Norman currently lives in Bath, Ontario, just outside of the Kingston area. Laura has been involved in law enforcement since 1992 where she began her career with CBSA as a Senior Customs Officer working at the busy Port of Lansdowne, Ontario, performing various duties and stints in the marine, commercial and traffic units. During this career Professor Salsbury started her journey in adult education as an instructor for the CSBA teaching and training new recruits and students. After nine years as a full-time officer, she moved into the college realm teaching in the Law and Security Administration Program and in the Police Foundations Program at St. Lawrence College, Kingston. Professor Salsbury has both instructed and coordinated and has been a full-time professor for over 20 years where her passion has always been on law enforcement, career preparation and recruitment strategies for her students. She holds her degree in Criminology from Carleton University which included a collaborative project with Queens where she prepared her final thesis on diversion programs and young offenders. In addition, Professor Salsbury holds a post- graduate diploma as an Immigration Practitioner - Laws, Policies and Procedures. Professor Salsbury currently holds her ICCRC license and practices Immigration Law at Salsbury Immigration Consulting Services as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant with offices in both Kingston and in Scarbough with the focus of practice on family class, Humanitarian and Compassionate applications and economic immigration.
The Law Enforcement Handbook, Foundation, Skills, and Career Pathways, Lawrence, Salsbury-Norman, Winacott
Emond Publishing 2020